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Exam Stress and Teenagers

With our Y11 and Y13’s starting their mock exams next week, we invited Stefan Baker in to our Assembly last Friday to give a talk on recognising and coping with exam stress.

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Stefan Baker is a psychotherapist working in Warsaw, and this was his second visit to the school to talk on this topic.

Parents and carers play a vital role in supporting their teenagers through exam time. However, it can be difficult to know how best to support them to manage their stress. It’s normal for teenagers to feel stressed out in the lead up to exams. Stress around exam time doesn’t impact only on the person sitting the exams; it can also be difficult for the whole family.

The article below: ‘Exam Stress and Teenagers’ further explores:

  • the different causes of stress at exam time and how these can affect your teen
  • how to spot when your teen isn't coping with exams
  • how to help your teen focus and deal with exam pressure.

Click here to read the article


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Assistant Head/Safeguarding and Learning Support 

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Assistant Head Pastoral / KS3&4 Humanities